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Texas soccer coach, an undocumented immigrant, accused of abusing 8 players

A soccer coach in Texas was arrested after he was accused of sexually abused eight of his players — boys between 10 and 15. Police say more players are likely to come forward. Marcos Ramos, an undocumented immigrant living in Corsicana, Texas, is also is wanted in his native Guatemala for sexually assaulting children, police

Nearly One Million Illegal Aliens at Large #BuildtheWall

Michael Cutler, And 170,000 convicted felons ignoring orders of deportation. On July 1, 2016 the title of a Washington Times published report, “Nearly 1 million immigrants — including more than 170K convicts — ignoring deportation,” makes clear that the term “immigration law enforcement,” under this administration especially, is an oxymoron. Reportedly 170,000 of these aliens have

Obama Administration’s Immigration Enforcement Policies Endanger Americans

Bob Barr President Ronald Reagan was optimistic about the future of immigration reform when he signed the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, a legislative effort he described as one of the “longest and most difficult” of the time. “This legislation takes a major step toward meeting this challenge to our sovereignty,” Reagan stated